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Re: Syracuse death help
Posted by: Cindy (ID *****6622) Date: December 29, 2003 at 12:05:59
In Reply to: Syracuse death help by coleen handlon-shaull of 1914

Here are all the HAMAMJIAN I found in the 1920 & 1930 Federal Census, you will need to do the followup, but I will help if I can:
1920:
Zakara Hamamjian, 37, born Armenia, Fresno, Ca
John Hamamjian, 14, born Mass, Whittier LA, Ca
Thomas Hamanjian, 33, born Armenia, Hoboken, NJ

1930:
Zakar 47, Turkey, Head, Fresno, Ca
Baidzar 36 Wife to Zakar
Virgin 12, Daughter
Edward, 8, son
Flara, 6, daughter
Elizabeth, 90 mother
Also:
Mardiros, 52, Turkey Head, Fresno
Shooshan, 42, wife,
John, 24, son
Also:
Boyas, 40 Armenia, Head, Fresno
Anna, 34 wife
Karnig, 12, son
Helen, 7, daughter
Also:
Smith 58, Christmas Island, Bronx, NY
Ramela 40, Syrian Arab Republic, Board, Bronx, NY
Additonal in the 1930 Census
The last name spelled HAMANJIAN
John 24, Mass, prisoner Granite, Ca
Krikor 57, Armenia, Head, Queens, NY
Parous 57, wife,Queens, NY
Susan L., 21, daughter, Queens, NY.

Have no idea if any of this helps. Nothing was found in the 1920 or 1930 census for those last names.
When I get a moment I will try the 1910 but you said they came in 1911. I will see whatelse I can find. Try writing to the SS ad for the application on the other names that you were given previously.

Cindy


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